Bucket Caching for Kubernetes

Object storage systems can offer simple, scalable and cost-effective means of storing heterogeneous data sets. Traditionally, these systems have been designed for media, backup, and archive. However, the usage of object storage systems is increasingly expanding to...

What is a Trusted Computing Base?

What does it mean for a system or component to be “trusted” in the world of computer systems?  And why does it matter? In this post, we’ll provide an overview of what a Trusted Computing Base (TCB) is and provide a framework for how to evaluate a TCB’s security....

Deploying Crossplane Providers with the Operator Lifecycle Manager

Crossplane is a project that strives to bring cloud infrastructure, services, and applications closer to your Kubernetes cluster in order to create a hybrid control plane. This goal is primarily achieved through the use of providers, which are standalone controllers...

Welcome to Red Hat Emerging Technologies

Here you’ll find information about the emerging technology projects the Red Hat Office of the CTO is working on. For us, “emerging technologies” refers to those technologies that are still taking shape in the enterprise or even in research communities. Emerging technologies engineering is pre-product, purely upstream work. Not everything you see here will become part of the Red Hat portfolio roadmap, but we want to share this information with our customers and partners and encourage your participation. At Red Hat, we love to co-create with open source communities, partners and customers. We look forward to you engaging with us and providing your ideas and feedback on these projects.

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LinuxKit

LinuxKit

LinuxKit is a toolkit for building custom minimal, immutable Linux distributions. Secure defaults without ...
AIOps

AIOps

AIOps platforms are software systems that combine big data and AI or machine learning functionality to enhance and ...
Thoth

Thoth

Project Thoth is developed in the AI Center of Excellence at Red Hat and it aims at providing recommendations on ...

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